Bikers Loft Groenedijk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We'd heard that Bruges is famous for it's fries and we were not disappointed. Salty and drenched in ketchup, they were the perfect snack. I'll definitely be buying them again. No trip to Belgium would be complete without trying some Belgian chocolate. We stumbled in to one of the hundreds of chocolate shops lining the streets of Bruges and, a few free samples later, came out with bags full of delicious truffles. The foodie ...
... behind him containing shoes of the same color. I saw the Kruispoort gate then headed to the Jerusalem Chapel. The chapel felt old but had some eclectic pieces scattered around. It definitely had its own, slightly dark, personality. I tried to stop by St. Anne's Church but it was closed for renovations. Based on what I could see, this would probably have been one of the nicest Churches in Bruges. I grabbed a quick bite to eat and ...
... reserved seats, but that was easy enough. The train was great. Got to see a lot of the German and Belgian countryside zoom by, but there were also a lot tunnels and barriers blocking the view. Invariably the gentle rocking of the train drove me to sleep. Made it to Brussels. Looked like a shithole. The train station was exceptionally delapidated. Tags everywhere. Wandered to the next platform and caught our train to Bruges. Arrived to clear skies and ...
... we toured Germany and The Netherlands and I remembered how much I like that tune- "very humbling" music as our drummer Steph Boucher would say. Coldplay's "Amsterdam" seemed appropriate and of course Radiohead Live From The Netherlands is always a good choice in my book-And for something completely different, speaking of catching a buzz, how about "Dr. Feelgood" from Motley Crue? Produced by Bob Rock- "He's gonna be your ...
... like a dog blanket (yes, with images of paw prints and bones on it…). I am sure it had never been used to swaddle a small pooch, but we left it on the opposite bench just in case… We had a separate ‘commentator’ from the driver, who spent the whole journey conversing (in Flemish? Dutch? German?) with the driver, with just the odd “and on your left is…” interspersed into his conversation. It’s a good job ...